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On 24 Oct 2015 at 11:16pm All safe now! wrote:
To: Not For The Likes Of Us
In reference to your endlessly whinging post about my friend's crash-into-by-drunk-driver garden wall in Rotten Row, you'll be pleased to know it's been beautifully repaired and the LOGS students can smoke safely around the corner and OAPs can shuffle past safely and out-of-town Bonfire attendees may safely urinate against it and all is well. I know you really wanted them to go thousands of pounds out of pocket for it and then wait months and possibly years to be reimbursed by insurance, but against your wishes they did the sensible thing. Sorry about that but you can now walk past without having to turn your head in revulsion and resentment. Hooray!
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On 24 Oct 2015 at 11:51pm Tipex wrote:
Deep breaths, calm thoughts ASN.
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On 25 Oct 2015 at 12:04am Historian wrote:
All's well that ends well !!
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On 25 Oct 2015 at 7:13am Pink Freud wrote:
It's just another flint in the wall
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On 25 Oct 2015 at 8:16am Rosiecheeks wrote:
Is that where the houses cost over a million and where the DFL's live?
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On 25 Oct 2015 at 11:49pm Jester wrote:
Jealous, Rosie cheeks?
 
 
On 26 Oct 2015 at 11:27am Rosiecheeks wrote:
No way. All my kids went to old grammar school and I live in a beautiful house which isn't in Rotten row!!!
 
 
On 26 Oct 2015 at 11:42am fat controller wrote:
Can anyone explain the origin of the rotten in Rotten Row?
 
 
On 26 Oct 2015 at 2:09pm Old Bike wrote:
Rats
 
 
On 26 Oct 2015 at 4:20pm Rosiecheeks wrote:
I was born near there and used to walk to work along rotten row each day, until one dark evening a pervert hiding in the large gateway near the top attacked me, so it's rotten to me. This happened in the 60's
 
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On 27 Oct 2015 at 3:06pm notforthelikesofus wrote:
Dear ASN,
Apologies for my tardy reply to your somewhat odd message. My original point was the apparent danger to other users of the street from the very slow repair. It makes little difference to me and really should have been of concern to the owner who could have found themselves in a much worse position if some loose brickwork or god forbid the weakened wall itself had fallen onto a innocent bystander.
I find you're disparaging comments about OAPS shuffling past somewhat distasteful but perhaps indicates something about your personality which if your message is anything to go by is somewhat passive aggressive, do you have some issues you need to vent?
All's well that ends well but those bricks aren't a great match for how long it took to find them.
TTFN
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On 27 Oct 2015 at 10:33pm ASN wrote:
NFTLOU--you must be experiencing selective memory as regards your former post taking the wall's owners to task. You were severely trounced by all and sundry. Your feigned concern for their welfare didn't cut it then and it doesn't now. No issues to vent! Have done so and from the excessive thumbs up, was well received as being a fairly humorous post. Maybe if you'd help source the bricks and/or offered any support other than criticising them, the wall would be more to your liking.
 
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On 28 Oct 2015 at 2:23pm notforthelikesofus wrote:
Dear ASN,
A streetscape is an environment open to all and if private portions of that are left, for prolonged periods, in a state of disrepair why should a fellow citizen not comment?
You seem an uncaring sort with your ageist comments earlier and aggressive response to my concerns. The need you seem to have for affirmation from this forums membership only highlights you are 'playing to the crowd' rather than taking an issue seriously.
As I mentioned at the time it was the owners responsibility to fix the wall and they choose to wait for an insurance company rather than paying to fix their own property.
For their own peace of mind I'm relieved nothing worse happened during the intervening period.
Good day


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